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Lavender Oil

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Enveloped and floating on a cloud of amethyst sweetness, lavender essential oil transports you to a world of relaxation and restful dreams.

– Aids in wound healing
– Anti-microbial
– Anxiety
– Autoimmune hair loss (Alopecia areata)
– Burns
– Headaches
– Insomnia
– May decrease Blood Pressure (see Dr. Nick’s Notes)
– Pain relief

Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula angustifolia)

Enveloped and floating on a cloud of amethyst sweetness, lavender essential oil transports you to a world of relaxation and restful dreams.

- Aids in wound healing
- Anti-microbial
- Anxiety
- Autoimmune hair loss (Alopecia areata)
- Burns
- Headaches
- Insomnia
- May decrease Blood Pressure (see Dr. Nick’s Notes)
- Pain relief

Dr. Nick Notes

Often referred to as the “Swiss Army Knife” of essential oils because of its cure-all properties, lavender oil provides a fragrant cloud of violet bliss, sweeping away all tension, anger, and angst. Great for calming emotions and applying on topically for wounds, undiluted. Excellent for relaxing children, rubbed directly onto the bottom of feet before bed.  This is one essential oil which is not irritating applied during to the skin (applied “NEAT”).

Lavender essential oil should be kept in everyone’s mobile medicine chest.  Rubbed into the temples, lavender may abort a headache in a short period of time (try combining with Rosemary or Peppermint oils).  This can be added into Dr. Bronner’s to create a relaxing soap or cleaning solution or 15 drops/oz into a massage oil.  Add into Red Raspberry Leaf oil for a homemade sunscreen moisturizer which doubles for burn recovery.  Wonderful vaporized in an Essential VAAAPP for a relaxing treat or added into some foods at appropriate concentration (1-2 drops) ~ ie. lavender chocolate or vanilla ice cream.

EO aficionados will find a depth of variety in the world of lavender ranging from fluffy amethyst clouds, pungent violet fragrance, to a potent anti-microbial lung stimulating oil.  Many different varietals of lavender are harvested, distilled and used around the globe (ie. Spike Lavender, Lavendin, Lavender, etc).  Different varietals may have more concentrated benefits of anti-microbial vs. relaxation or respiratory properties. Lavender is one of the most widely used essential oils today and can be found in baked goods, candles, cosmetic products, detergents, massage oils, perfumes, powders, soaps and teas. There are many different type of lavender although English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is the most common. Others include L. burnamii, L. dentate, L. dhofarensis, L. latifolia, and L. stoechas.

Currently we are offering a high-elevation Swiss Alps Organic Lavender Vera which is very well-balanced and full-bodied with subtle layers ~ a sweet French varietal at an excellent price - Bulgarian Lavender offers the best value for the cost in my opinion and is almost tied for my favorite with the French (Vera).  Our Shasta Lavender grows locally and comes from an Artisan Distillation project outside Montague ~ we have large quantities on-hand (about 10 gallons!) and each bottle is literally distilled from a different field / distillation run, so each batch is unique and beautiful.

My favorite lavender that we have available in bulk quantity is Lavender Vera (Fine) which is offered at a slightly higher cost than Bulgaria & Mount Shasta, though still at an excellent price.

There's several other organic lavender essential oils that we offer and will stock frequently.  I'll highlight them here:

Lavender, Fine (Vera), France

This lavender essential oil is a gorgeous organic high-elevation lavender from France.  The distiller is a French master who produces some of the world's finest botanical extracts and uses premium quality organic lavender essential oil produced on his lands for this product.  Excellent price, superior quality, my current go-to lavender!

Lavender, Bulgarian

Historically I have not been a fan of Bulgarian Lavender, which is generally produced in high volumes and can have a dull sharpness to it’s aroma. However I am delighted to share that we have discovered a beautiful Bulgarian family whom grows their own Organic / Unsprayed plants and distills their own oils. This is the most floral (almost fruity in nature) Bulgarian Lavender Essential Oil I have ever experienced - it’s absolutely delightful! Perhaps the sweetest of our options, this Lavender is LOVELY ~

Lavender, Mt. Shasta

Our Mt. Shasta collection of Lavender essential oil was cultivated in the fields of Montague on a ranch and each of our stock bottles came from a different field and Artisan Distillation run. This oil is precious and everyone has it’s own unique qualities - in general, Mt. Shasta is very clean, soft, balanced and reminds me of what I expect Lavender to smell like - Calming and gentle ~

Lavender Mailette, Drome Valley, France AND Washington State

My favorite lavender I've ever smelt, sweeter than most varietals of lavender oil.  Lavender Mailette is a french varietal of Lavendula angustifolia. John Steele states that some tested lavender mailette contain higher concentrations of linalool than other lavender varietals. Linalool is helpful for reducing anxiety, stress, muscle tension.

How to Use Lavender Oil

Diffuser: Place 1-2 drops to create a relaxing ambience at home, the workplace, or anywhere else a calming effect is desired. You can also place a drop or two on a cotton ball for similar effects.

Essential VAAAPP: Place 1 drop inside clean glass VAAAPP vial. Apply flame one inch below the oil inside vial.  Heat for approximately 3-5 seconds – you should NOT see smoke.  Inhale as directed for a violet dream of relaxation. Enjoy at bedtime. May also be used during anxious moments… efficient delivery system into bloodstream immediately as noted in smoking/vaporizing absorption.

Migraine/Headache: Place 1-2 lavender essential oil drops on area above the lip directly underneath nose (avoid placing oil inside nasal cavity & keep out of eyes)

Topical pain massage: Place 1-2 drops lavender oil per 5ml carrier lotion or oil. Massage affected area as needed. This pain potion can be used for sore or crampy muscles including but not limited to menstrual cramping.  Can be used neat (undiluted), non-irritant.

Head Lice:  10 drops tea tree oil and 1 drop lavender oil per 5ml carrier solution (10% TTO w/v and 1% lavender w/v). Base solutions including ethanol and ispropanol (1:1) 50% in water or 96% ethanol by itself have been used in studies (Audino, Barker)

Terpenes: linalool, linalyl acetate, camphor, borneol, terpinene, 1,8-cineol, pinene, limonene, perilyl alcohol.

~ Discontinued Catalog of Lavender Varietals ~

Lavender Reserve (Lavendula angustifolia var. delphinesis), France (Discontinued)

High elevation, impressively complex lavender essential oil. For EO aficionados, this multi-dimensional lavender is an enticing option.  So many layers of rich, deep velvet to submerge when inhaling this option.  Not as sweet as the mailette and also the most complex bouquet we carry. OUT OF STOCK

~ Be Blessed ~


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27 reviews for Lavender Oil

  1. Anne Beneville

    Anne B. (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    Many lavender choices – I have a few different ones. This one is just beautiful smelling.

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  2. Donald Battie

    Donald (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usUnited States


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  3. Jane Andrianova

    Evguenia Andrianova (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usOregon, United States

    I have been using this oil to reduce the scars on my skin in combination with other oils and have been successful in getting the scars to become less noticeable!!

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  4. Aaron Levine

    Anonymous (Essential Oil Wizardry)

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  5. CD (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    The lavender fine (Vera) from France is my absolute favorite. Been using it for years. It’s full-bodied, yet soft and ethereal. No sharpness or metallic edge. I use it in my ceremonies and participants always ask about it, surprised it’s “simply lavender.” Calming. Heavenly. Gentle. Divine.

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  6. Dylan Hayman

    Dylan (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    Decided to give the Mt Shasta lavender a try. I usually go for the lavender vera from france but wanted to see what the Mt Shasta lavender was like. Id say they are very similar in scent and quality. Very happy with my purchase. Lavender is one oil I can never go without! This will goto good use! Cant go wrong with the shasta or the french lavender 🙂

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  7. Anthony Calabro

    Anthony Calabro (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usNew York, United States

    Another excellent product from EOW! By far the best lavender I have experienced. I am mainly using it in a diffuser. Smells so magical and a little goes a long way. Would definitely recommend!

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  8. Karsyn Hornby

    Karsyn Hornby (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usMontana, United States

    I really feel a difference when I use this lavender either for inhalation or rubbing on my temples.

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  9. Aline Kras

    Anonymous (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usUnited States

    Happy nostrils and nervous system <3

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  10. Scott Featheringill

    Anonymous (Essential Oil Wizardry)

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  11. Christina Dellaiacono

    Christina D. (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usOregon, United States

    My favorite smelling lavender, hands down. It’s soft…doesn’t have the metallic edge that others do.

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  12. Bobby Jenusaitis

    Bobby Jenusaitis (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usCalifornia, United States

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  13. Laura Crow

    Laura Crow (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usVirginia, United States

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  14. Eduardo Ortega

    Eduardo Ortega (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usTexas, United States

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  15. Carla Sanabria

    Carla (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usUnited States

    Lavender is one of my go to essential oils and the quality of this oil is one of the best I have experienced.

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  16. Josef Rhodes (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usUnited States

    Mt. Shasta is magically doing things to the lavender I’ve never experienced but now can apply the gifts of Other Meadows to my (exiting white blood cells rushing to the open wounds on my) skin with an inhaler and exhale trust (it’s working!)

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  17. Sandra Vivian (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usNevada, United States

    love it! I will keep buying it!

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  18. Jon R Criss

    Jon C. (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usNevada, United States

    Beautiful. Rub it in my beard. Sleep like a bearded baby!

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  19. Zachary (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usWashington, United States

    Awesome smelling lavender! My only complaint is that I have a mild allergic reaction to the oil if I use it topically, it seems. I have never had said issue with another EO of lavender. With that said, I primarily use Lavender for aromatherapy and mediation with peppermint and vetiver. It works great in that sense! And there is no denying that this oil is high quality. Not so much an issue with the oil as it is perhaps this particular lavender strand that may be causing some allergies.

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  20. Elizabetta Tekeste

    Elizabetta (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usNew York, United States

    Very fragrant and floral.

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  21. Anonymous (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usUnited States

    I’m usually not a big fan of Lavender, but this one is very nice. It has a very soft scent and only a couple drops needed. Great calming effect

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  22. Rebecca Nguyen

    Rebecca Nguyen (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usCalifornia, United States

    A high quality staple for many uses!

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  23. maryam poursartip (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usCalifornia, United States


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  24. Rachel P. (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usUnited States

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  25. Margaret Daniel

    Margaret S. (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usGeorgia, United States

    This is my absolute favorite lavender, ever. It smells like love and comfort and peaceful sleep.

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  26. Anonymous (Essential Oil Wizardry)

    usCalifornia, United States

    A classic and have yet to find a better lavender out there from another farm or brand.

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  27. Ashley Benson

    Absolutely beautiful and relaxing. We use this essential oil in our little mans after bath body oil and I use it as a perfume as well. Love it!!

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